Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox Review
What You Should Know
The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox is a 2 day body detoxification drink manufactured by David Kirsch Wellness Company. David Kirsch has been a celebrity trainer and wellness expert for 20 years. He believes in a philosophy of “Sound mind, Sound body”, and a balance of mind, body and spirit. He started a line of supplements after years of research to help his clients achieve their goals. The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox is designed to jump start a weight loss program while ridding the body of toxins, parasites and impurities.
The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox contains Pure Lemon Juice Concentrate, Pure Grade B Maple Syrup, Cayenne Pepper, Purified Water, Natural Flavors, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate.
The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox is a 2 day body detoxification drink and diet plan. The consumer is advised to mix 4oz of the product with 4oz of water and sip slowly four times a day for two days. The consumer is also advised to also drink Vitamin Super Juice, Thermo Bubbles, water or hot tea while doing the detoxification. No regular food is consumed during this 48 hour period. This detoxification is said to rest the digestive tract, cleanse the body of impurities, eliminate toxins stored in the body, and burn excess fat. It is also said to increase energy and turbo charge the metabolism. The consumer is encouraged to take David Kirsch’s Probiotic Balance supplement after the detoxification is complete to help restore the body functions for optimal wellness.
- The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox will product fast weight loss results.
- The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox is a 2 day commitment.
- The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox is a liquid diet that may not offer enough energy for most consumers.
- The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox does not offer clinical trial information.
- The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox may result in weight gain after the initial 2 day regimen due to eating regular meals or binging.
- The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox does not encourage exercise.
The Lemonaid 48 Hour Detox is a 2 day detoxification, liquid diet said to jump start weight loss, rid the body of toxins and impurities, and boost metabolism. This diet does not allow any solid food to be ingested during the 2 day detoxification. This may not offer the consumer enough energy to maintain normal activities, and may be detrimental to consumers with a tendency towards low blood sugar. This may product side effects such as dizziness, weakness, and irritability during the detoxification. Also, consumers are said to lose weight during the 2 days, however, this is not a lifestyle changing diet and may result in the consumer gaining back anything lost during the detoxification when they resume their normal diet. Many doctors question the need for detoxification diets because the body naturally detoxifies itself every day. Consumers considering a detoxification should contact their physician prior to starting the diet.
Consumers looking for a weight loss product should look for one with both a fat burner and appetite suppressant. This combination along with a healthy diet and exercise should offer the best results. This product should have a dedicated website with clinical trial information proving the effectiveness and safety of the product.